Lawman Kirk Baxter (Johnny Mack Brown) is called in to hunt down a gang of cutthroats who rob gold shipments as they pass through the desert, murdering the escorts with silver bullets.
In a bizarre twist, the baddies own a silver mine in which they force a handful of scrawny men to work as slaves
June 30, 2011 Subject:
A Good Western To End 1935 On
A good, sturdy, and quick little western for A.W. Hackel's Supreme Pictures. Directed by Robert N. Bradbury with stunts by Yakima Canutt (obviously). Johnny Mack Brown's last release for 1935 is quite good of kind. It's filmed almost completely outdoors on location, with the exception of the begginning and the Mine interiors, later on. Johnny Mack was fast becoming a matinee favorite and this picture didn't hurt. In late 1936, Republic Pictures contracted with Hackel of the remainder of the Brown western films through 1937. Movie crazy man/ villian Warner Richmnod shines in this too, as he always did. Enjoy. It's a rarity.